Companies’ 401(k) Match Gets a Critical Change
Employers that suspended the match during the recession are restoring it with workers’ retirement readiness in mind.
Retirement Plan Participants Willing to Accept Restrictions
Retirement plan sponsors and consultants may have support for plan design reform from an unexpected source: plan participants themselves.
Defined-Contribution Plans ‘Primary Retirement Savings’ Tool for Young Workers
Workers under the age of 35, the generation most likely to depend almost solely on DC plans rather than the typical Social Security-savings-pension model, need to be diligent if they expect to save enough for retirement, Northern Trust found.